Tag Archives: refugees

The UNHCR is much better than its reputation in Uganda suggests (and needs to say so)

Will Jones

The proposed implementation of the Cessation Clause for some Rwandan refugees has prompted fierce debate. Two weeks ago, Will Jones travels to the Nakivale Refugee Settlement, in Uganda, to meet a group of refugees who have been campaigning against the move. This is his reflection from his visit.¬†Will is a Research Officer at the Refugee […]

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Violating the rights of deportees: why some deportations to African states amount to refoulement

Democracy in Africa

In today’s mobile world, questions of rights and democracy cannot be limited to the borders of nation states. In this article, Leana Podeszfa and Friederike Vetter explore the human rights abuses that can occur when failed asylum seekers from Africa are returned to their country of origin. Leana Podeszfa is a graduate of the MPhil […]

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